MTA worker who got lung disease after 9/11 cleanup awarded $369K

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A New Jersey man who developed lung disease after working around Ground Zero following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks has been awarded $369,000, according to a report. James Delman, now 63, of Toms River, received the payment from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund last month, NJLawJournal.com said. A locksmith and carpenter for the Metropolitan Transportation…

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